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Hitchcock
30 Nov
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Hitchcock »

One of the best things about ”Hitchcock” – despite it being a good film by any measure – is the pleasure of seeing Read more…

Lincoln
30 Nov
2012
Written by Mike Smith

Lincoln »

January 1865. Having just won re-election to a second term as president, Abraham Lincoln is greeting soldiers, black and white, at an encampment. Read more…

The Details
22 Nov
2012

The Details »

”Spider-Man” trilogy co-stars Tobey Maguire and Elizabeth Banks (Peter Parker and Betty Brant, respectively) get themselves entangled in another sticky, messy web of Read more…

Skyfall
12 Nov
2012
Written by Mike Smith

Skyfall »

One of the things you learn as a film critic is to always hedge your bets. Which is why, six years ago this Read more…

Lay the Favorite
9 Nov
2012

Lay the Favorite »

The usually buttoned-up Stephen Frears’ unhooks the neck-tightening top button from its thread hole to make a slightly less shameful version of “Showgirls”, Read more…

Redd Inc
9 Nov
2012

Redd Inc »

Nicholas Hope (“Bad Boy Bubby”) is back wearing the sadistic skivvy in the unnerving “Redd Inc”, a crafty new thriller that – and Read more…

Flight
6 Nov
2012
Written by Mike Smith

Flight »

It’s been almost four years since airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed his crippled jet safely on the Hudson River. Ever since that Read more…

The Zen of Bennett
2 Nov
2012
Written by Lisa Carroll

The Zen of Bennett »

As an unabashed Tony Bennett fan, I’ve listened to his CDs, viewed his television shows, heard him sing twice in person and tried Read more…

Chasing Mavericks
31 Oct
2012
Written by Mike Smith

Chasing Mavericks »

What do you get when you pair two of Hollywood’s best directors, a talented leading man and a tale that assures audiences it’s Read more…

The American Scream
31 Oct
2012
Written by Katie Crocker

The American Scream »

Halloween typically pumps out guts and gore but director Michael Stephenson (“Best Worst Movie”) injects charm and sentiment into an otherwise fright-filled holiday Read more…

Piranha 3DD
28 Oct
2012

Piranha 3DD »

“It’s time to get wet again”, David Koechner’s Chet, the sleazy owner of one of those highly-commercialised water parks, tells viewers in an Read more…

The Bachelorette
28 Oct
2012

The Bachelorette »

In the first few minutes of writer-director Leslye Headland’s “Bachelorette”, a couple of the main characters are ordering lunch, and it results in Read more…

Take This Waltz
27 Oct
2012

Take This Waltz »

The grass is never greener on the other side, that’s the message at the center of Sarah Polley’s stay-with-the-one-that-truly-loves-you forewarner, ”Take this Waltz”.

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Underbelly : Badness
27 Oct
2012

Underbelly : Badness »

Though always equipped with engrossing (true) stories (ripped straight from the first couple of pages of the daily newspapers), the “Underbelly” series does Read more…

Cabin in the Woods
26 Oct
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Cabin in the Woods »

The premise of this movie seems to be saying a lot, but at its most basic it’s a fairly transparent parable about the Read more…

Seeking Justice
26 Oct
2012

Seeking Justice »

Rather ironic that Nicolas Cage’s latest is named “Seeking Justice”, since that’s what most of us have been beseeching after having to endure Read more…

Assassin’s Bullet
26 Oct
2012

Assassin’s Bullet »

Remember that shrill, detestable show-off in school that would do anything to garner the attention of his fellow students and teachers?

No, Read more…

The Cold Light Of Day
25 Oct
2012

The Cold Light Of Day »

With the burnish his star once embodied all but an barely visible memory, largely thanks to the seductive and deep pocketed likes of Read more…

The Master
24 Oct
2012
Written by Mike Smith

The Master »

April Fool! A couple of years ago the world thought Joaquin Phoenix had slowly gone crazy. He grew a wild beard and declared Read more…

Seven Psychopaths
23 Oct
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Seven Psychopaths »

Look at the poster art for ”Seven Psychopaths”. It not only looks familiar, it’s not the first time Colin Farrell’s been here. In Read more…

The Sessions
19 Oct
2012
Written by Drew Turney

The Sessions »

The first sentence in most synopses of ”The Sessions” will be enough to put you off – ‘a polio-afflicted man…’ It’s the kind Read more…

Nobody Walks
19 Oct
2012
Written by Drew Turney

Nobody Walks »

It’s hard to say whether ”Nobody Walks” tells a story or just starts one (or several). A young, New York based filmmaker named Read more…

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